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  • Is There an Increase in Bicycle and Motorcycle Crashes During Summer?
    Is There an Increase in Bicycle and Motorcycle Crashes During Summer?

    The summer is officially in full swing. The weather is warm, sunny and clear and more people are outdoors to enjoy a number of activities. As a result, there are even more people on the roads, ...

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  • Determining Negligent Parties In a Bicycle Collision
    Determining Negligent Parties In a Bicycle Collision

    Any crash can be considered severe when the individuals involved suffer some kind of injury. However, few have the same impact as a bicycle collision as the victim is often the bicyclist with no ...

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  • Types of Bicycle Crash-Related Injuries
    Types of Bicycle Crash-Related Injuries

    Bicycling is a great way to travel around New York and get plenty of exercise at the same time, but it also presents certain risks to riders. Understanding the nature of bike crashes and related ...

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  • Bicycle Crash on the Job: Who is Left to Pay
    Bicycle Crash on the Job: Who is Left to Pay

    In New York City, bicycle messengers make deliveries every day while under pressure due to weather conditions, aggressive drivers, and tight deadlines. After a bicycle accident, an injury victim may ...

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  • Cyclists, Beware of a Right Hook
    Cyclists, Beware of a Right Hook

    When looking at some of the common types of bicycle crashes, there are some trends to be observed. One of the most common collisions that a bicyclist faces is called a “right hook.” This type of ...

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  • Common Causes of Bicycle Crashes
    Common Causes of Bicycle Crashes

    While vehicular crashes have been decreasing over the years, bicycle crashes have actually been on the rise. With the pending shut down of the L train, we are going to see a large uptake in cyclists ...

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